Sevilla is the capital of the Sevilla Province and of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. It constitutes one of the most impressive lands in the south of Europe with spectacular tourist attractions and such qualities that make it a varied and comprehensive offer able to satisfy the most demanding visitor.
Sevilla is a province full of shades, witness of the cross culture of the Tartessus, Iberian, Moor and Christian peoples. This cultural diversity has handed down a rich architectural and cultural heritage to the city.
The monument heritage of our peoples is the richest of Andalusia with almost 300 monuments declared as assets of Cultural Interest. And if we speak of natural heritage, the parks of Sierra Norte and Doñana constitute other pillars of the province.
For the lovers of the good cuisine, Sevilla has reserved a surprise for you in its tasty and varied gastronomy. We can taste dishes such as “gazpacho”, the “cocido Andaluz” (Andalusian stew) or the “pescaito frito” (fried little fish). As desserts we have Torrijas de Semana Santa (Holy Week French toast) or Yemas de San Leandro (San Leandro sweet yolk) and to drink one of its traditional wines.
Its fiestas and popular customs are key elements in this city, being internationally known its Semana Santa (Holy Week) and Feria de Abril (April Fair). In addition to this, there is the welcoming character of its people, the flamenco, the bulls and the horses….
“Sevilla has a special color” sings the song and it is so because in the Andalusian Capital we can find an incomparable atmosphere.